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Old 02-02-2013, 10:50 AM
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IPR high flow stock replacement oil cooler

Any body have this oil cooler or any feedback on it? Just curious if it is a better option than the ford cooler.
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It's a worse option than OEM.
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It is pure junk and should not be on the market. It will result in substantially higher oil temps due to poor design. The coolant passages are too large allowing the coolant to flow through too fast for effective heat transfer. Do not buy this oil cooler.
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Re: IPR high flow stock replacement oil cooler

I think this would have been a good idea if ipr would just restrict the outlet flow to match oem specs.

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This is a TERRIBLE OIL COOLER. DO NOT BUY IT!!!
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Just in case nobody else has said it, don't buy it, it's junk!!
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Just I case you didn't see the all of the other posts DO NOT BUY ANY INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL OIL COOLERS FROM IPR!!!!! Save some coin up and buy bullet proof diesels kit. They are coming out with a new setup at the end of feb or beg of march that is going to be a little less $$$$$
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Old 02-02-2013, 08:02 PM
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Re: IPR high flow stock replacement oil cooler

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I think this would have been a good idea if ipr would just restrict the outlet flow to match oem specs.

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Just for the record....i wasn't suggesting you buy this oil cooler. Lol.

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Ipr hasn't made a high flow oil cooler since last July anyway.
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Old 02-03-2013, 04:17 AM
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OK so I guess what you guys are saying is it is no good and I shouldn't buy it? Lol I would love to get the BPD cooler but don't have the money to spend on it right now. I actually don't even need a cooler at all right now just gonna be doing an egr delete and figured I might as well buy myself a little more time and replace the stock one while they were in there.
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